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How to use the word brunt in a Sentence?

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My son is an exemplary Marine and he has been for 17 years, he knew that everyone else felt the same way. He thought if he took the lead, others would stand up and call for accountability. They did not. So he is taking the full brunt himself.

Cathy Scheller

Found on FOX News
17 days ago

Latest Headlines

Ultimately, I describe extreme heat as such a risk-multiplier, it's not an issue that exists in a vacuum at all, and lower-income communities or communities of color bear the brunt of all these different hardships.

Sonal Jessel

Found on CNN
1 month ago

Top News

If tenants are back to work and have cash flow again, that may set them up to pay rent in the future, but you still need the relief to pay the arrears, the people who feel this the most are the small owners. Their income is the rental properties they have. They are the folks who are taking the most pain and suffering from the brunt of this experience. That's why we need this assistance.

Greg Brown

Found on CNN
3 months ago

Politics

Fatal violence disproportionately affects transgender women of color because they are at the intersections of racism, sexism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and they, unfortunately, are receiving the brunt of the violence in this country.

Alphonso David

Found on CNN
4 months ago

Top News

Greater numbers of school buildings continue to open their doors to welcome back students in-person, we should celebrate the substantial progress on a return to normalcy while also redoubling our efforts to ensure that the most high-need students, students who have already borne the brunt of the coronavirus and its effects, don't get left behind.

Mark Schneider

Found on CNN
4 months ago

Top News

As with almost every one of our peers, buffet restaurants took the brunt of the loss of sales during the pandemic and as such, the path to success requires hard choices to be made, including the rationalization of our overall footprint.

Jason Kemp

Found on CNN
6 months ago

Top News

This is treaty area for the Fond du Lac Band( of Lake Superior Chippewa). And, once again, we are going to bear the brunt of colonization, these will be new colonizers coming to the area, but it's going to because they're going to come here for reasons that have nothing to do with anything that Tribal people have done.

Karen Diver

Found on CNN
6 months ago

Top News

Black and Hispanic communities throughout the United States have borne the brunt of this pandemic.

Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo

Found on FOX News
8 months ago

U.S.

Texas energy producers are bearing the brunt of President Biden's foolish, job-killing executive orders in the first days of this administration.

Dan Crenshaw

Found on FOX News
8 months ago

Politics

We dont expect to see the full brunt of it between two and three weeks following Thanksgiving, so I think we have not yet seen the post-Thanksgiving peak, thats the concerning thing because the numbers in and of themselves are alarming, and then you realize that it is likely well see more of a surge as we get two to three weeks past the Thanksgiving holiday.

Anthony Fauci

Found on FOX News
10 months ago

U.S.

The President keeps telling us the virus is going to disappear. The President keeps waiting for a miracle, well, I have news for The President : no miracle is coming. We lead the world in confirmed cases. We lead the world in deaths. Our economy is in tatters, with Black, Latino, Asian American and Native American communities bearing the brunt of it.

Beau Biden

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Top News

States that bore the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic account for one-third of the national GDP, how can you tell one-third of the country to go to heck?

Andrew Cuomo

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

Politics

Were actually releasing a report tomorrow that shows that, of the people who were working in February who were making less than $40,000 per year, almost 40 percenthave lost their jobs in the last month or so. Extraordinary statistic, so thats whos really bearing the brunt of this.

Pat Sajak

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Latest Headlines

What public policy needs to do, and this includes the Fed, is to help ensure that the shutdown in activity that is being felt doesn't cause lasting damage to the economy, and to make sure that we give aid and relief to the employees and workers and the businesses that are bearing the brunt of that shutdown.

Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

Top News

Beijing, the capital, still bears the brunt of the risks, there's no reason to lay back and relax yet. It's not a time when we can say everything is going well.

Xu Hejian

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

Top News

Those drone pilots, they're the ones that took the brunt of the TBI cases.

Timothy Garland

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

U.S.

The brunt of this will be felt from frontline communities.

Raul Garcia

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

U.S.

American families shouldn't be a pawn in this trade war, today's announcement only moves us closer to consumers bearing the brunt of the pain.

Hun Quach

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

The brief ceasefire demonstrated that the fighting can be stopped and that Afghan civilians no longer need to bear the brunt of the war.

Tadamichi Yamamoto

Found on Reuters
3 years ago

World

Soybean famers feel as though they are carrying the brunt of these negotiations, come this fall, if prices remain low, I can only imagine it will create a large amount of pressure on the Republican Party.

Tom Slunecka

Found on CNN
3 years ago

Politics

The university punishes students based on how controversial or offensive their words are. Well, by nature, the most controversial ideas will be the ones that are least present, and in college campuses it’s overwhelmingly conservative ideas that are not present, so it’s going to be conservative students that are facing the brunt of this, any student, it doesn’t matter political affiliation, no student should have to fear bringing up ideas that may make people a little uncomfortable.

Cabot Phillips

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

Latest Headlines

Most people that haveback pain, it comes from weakness, yourglutesdon’t work, your hips are n’t very stable, and your lower back ends up taking the brunt of it. It’s the first to go.

Jason Walsh

Found on FOX News
5 years ago

Health

The E&P companies have taken the brunt of the pain that I think they will see in their business, so they will go into recovery faster and first.

Bill Costello

Found on Reuters
5 years ago

Money

Their own experts said the brunt of the injury, which is the key question, was on Israel, not the United States.

Mitchell Berger

Found on Reuters
5 years ago

U.S.

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